picture of Schilling Cider LumberJack (Rhubarb) submitted by cidersays
picture of Schilling Cider LumberJack (Rhubarb) submitted by cidersays

LumberJack (Rhubarb)

Schilling Cider, Washington, United States
ABV: 6.0%
Flavored with rhubarb and pear. Dry, and having medium tartness.


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Reviews

reviewer BushWalker
BushWalker (9614) said:
Comes in a 12 fl oz can. Peachy pink colour, with a light berry aroma. Tart, fruity flavour, with quite a sour aftertaste. Knowing it is rhubarb, I can pick that flavour out, but would not have guessed otherwise; more reminiscent of a sour berry to my palate. Well-balanced, but a little sour for my preference.
Reviewed on 23 Jun 2018

2 likes
reviewer Stacypro
Stacypro (86) said:
Very tart and sour. This is good if you're in the mood for a sour cider.
Reviewed on 01 Jun 2018
2 likes
reviewer herharmony23
herharmony23 (2275) said:
It's a lovely pink-peach color with a light fruity flavour. Not too sweet. I liked it a lot. Looks like a pink champagne but tastes SO much better!
Reviewed on 03 May 2016
1 like
reviewer lizsavage
lizsavage (1877) said:
This is a dry tart cider with a different flavor than just apple but not much pear or rhubarb flavor. I think it might be nice for a different taste but not in large quantities.
Reviewed on 23 Apr 2016
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reviewer cidersays
cidersays (5014) said:
Fairly fruity, although I'm not sure I would have known it was rhubarb. Refreshing-would be great for summer. Almost champagne-like, except for the low carbonation.
Reviewed on 08 Feb 2016
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reviewer K_Wolfe_Cider
K_Wolfe_Cider (49) said:
Really nice astringency follow a nice light bodied cider
Reviewed on 09 Dec 2018
reviewer Ashley_Lombardo
Ashley_Lombardo (235) said:
A bit one-dimensional, but overall pleasant dry hard cider. Moderate-to-heavy tartness. Definitely one for dry cider lovers. I still like Mystic Dragon by Appalachian Mountain Brewing better (green tea, rhubarb & strawberry), but this is a close second. Would definitely drink again
Reviewed on 08 Nov 2017

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